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"jimmy fallon" happening right [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: from studio 6b in rockefeller center, the national broadcasting company presents -- tonight's guests are -- and featuring the legendary roots crew. and here he is -- jimmy fallon! [ cheers and applause ] captions paid for by nbc-universal television -- captions by vitac -- ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
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>> jimmy: thank you very much. welcome to "late night with jimmy fallon," everybody. [ cheers and applause ] i can tell you guys are feeling good tonight. yeah, i can tell. [ cheers and applause ] i know what it is. i know what it is. it's the weather outside. how about the weather outside? is it fantastic? [ cheers and applause ] it was -- everyone's excited. it was 81 degrees here in new york today, but it feels like 100 if you have bieber fever. [ cheers ] it feels like 100. what a show tonight. we have the best chef in the world, mario batali is here. [ cheers and applause ] we have the funniest person on the planet, tina fey is here. [ cheers and applause ] and, of course, the hottest young heartthrob in america. although, i guess i'm here every night. so, i guess that's not a big deal. [ scattered cheers ]
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you guys, tiger woods made his return to golf at the masters today. while talking about tiger, the tournament chairman said, "this year will not be just for him, but for all of us who believe in second chances." then someone whispered in his ear, and he's like, "i'm sorry, 17th chances. [ laughter ] all of us who believe in 17th chances." tiger did okay out there today. he parred the first two holes, birdied the third hole and snookied the fourth hole. [ laughter ] that was a good -- that's a good sign he was off to a good start. this is pretty interesting. a new poll shows that one in five people believe aliens exist and live among us disguised as humans. [ light laughter ] yeah, they came to that belief after seeing this. ♪ [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: speaking of kate gosselin, hugh hefner said that he would never consider having kate gosselin pose for "playboy."
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he said that she shouldn't be insulted, it's just that "playboy" models tend to be more voluptuous with bigger breasts. you know, like jon gosselin. [ laughter ] they would take jon gosselin. here's some tech news. apple is admitting that it's ipad sometime's has a hard time connecting to the internet and some people are returning them. that's just wrong. if i returned everything that had a hard time connecting to the internet, my grandparents would be in big trouble. [ laughter ] "reboot it? forget it. i got to return you guys." and finally, archaeologists in greece found the oldest man-made structure in a prehistoric cave. meanwhile, archaeologists in beverley hills found the youngest man-made structure having dinner with her husband, spencer pratt. [ audience ohs ] [ laughter ] ladies and gentlemen, we have a great show. give it up for the roots! ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
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>> jimmy: we got such a fun show tonight. from the award-winning show, "30 rock," and her new movie "date night," my pal tina fey is here! [ cheers and applause ] the number one pop artist on the planet, justin bieber is joining us. [ cheers and applause ] i love that guy. and my friend, and amazing chef, mario batali has a new cookbook. and we're gonna cook some pasta. [ cheers and applause ] it's going to be great. but, first, do you guys watch the show "glee"? [ cheers and applause ] i do, i do. i love it because it remind me so much of the way things are around here in studio 6b. we've got our own glee club here. and everyone here is in it, even the janitor. and we've been practicing so hard. we really need to win sectionals, but maybe that won't be as easy as we thought. at least, not if that cast of "parks and recreation" has anything to say about it. here, take a look.
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>> what up, blood? >> jimmy: hey! what's up, my man? >> you ready for rehearsal? >> jimmy: i'm so excited about this. i've been practicing in my room in my mirror. >> i got two new harmonies that are gonna plow your pants off. you're gonna love them. >> jimmy, i've got some great new ideas for sectionals costumes. >> jimmy: genius. >> check out our new dance move. [ laughter ] >> i can't wait to get out there and shake my ass. ♪ we're going to win the glee club sectionals we are gonna win the glee club sectionals ♪ ♪ we're going to win the glee club sectionals we are gonna win -- [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: amy? rashida? >> hey, jimmy. this is weird, seeing you in your own studio. >> what's the cast of "parks and rec" doing in our studio? >> jimmy: it's good to see you guys, but what are you doing here? >> oh, you know, we're just getting ready for sectionals. >> jimmy: sectionals? wait, you guys have glee club too? >> yeah. >> doy.
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>> we have a glee club. it's the cast of "parks and recreation" and some other guys. [ light laughter ] [ laughter ] [ audience ohs ] >> oh, snap. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> look, there's nothing in the rule book that says a band from one show can't go to sectionals with a cast of another show. >> i'm afraid she's right, jamie. >> jimmy: jimmy. >> oh, okay. >> if i'm going to sectionals, i want to win. and if we have the roots, we're going to win. >> jimmy: okay, look, but why do you have to take the roots? they're my band. why steal my band? >> hello. street cred. do you know how many cool points we get for using rappers? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: is there anything you can do about this? >> it's totally out my control. there's nothing i can do. i am super, super, super, very, very sorry. i feel for you, man. i really do. >> jimmy: really? >> no. [ laughter ] ♪ [ laughter ] [ audience ohs ] ♪
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♪ >> what happened? >> jimmy: bad news, you guys. "parks and rec" gets to keep the roots. we got to go up against them in sectionals. >> that isn't fair, jimmy. >> we're never going to win now. >> this blows. [ talking over each other ] >> jimmy: enough! hey, enough! hey, enough! we got to stay focused. let's just go rehearse or something, okay? it's not like today could possibly get any worse. [ audience ohs ] ♪ ♪ parks, parks, parks
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parks, parks, parks parks, parks and rec ♪ ♪ parks, parks, parks parks, parks, parks parks, parks and rec ♪ ♪ parks, parks, parks parks, parks, parks parks, parks and rec ♪ ♪ parks, parks, parks parks, parks, parks parks, parks and rec ♪ ♪ parks, parks, parks parks, parks, parks parks, parks and rec ♪ >> how are we supposed to rehearse with those jazz-holes here? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: everybody calm down, okay? i'm going to go talk to them. higgins, you get my back? >> steve: oh, not on this one. i've have to go to the men's room. i had about 12 indian hot pockets last night -- mind if i use your dressing room to defecate in? [ laughter ] baby, i got your back on this one. ♪ parks, parks, parks parks, parks, parks parks, parks and rec ♪ >> shh, here he comes. [ laughter ] jimmy. >> jimmy: "parks and rec," roots.
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>> we were just rehearsing. >> jimmy: yeah. well, this is our studio. so, we need some time to rehearse, too. so, if you wouldn't mind just leaving. >> why even bother rehearsing? >> yeah, it's not like you guys are going to win. >> jimmy: oh, yeah? >> yeah. >> jimmy: oh, yeah? >> yeah! >> jimmy: oh, yeah? [ talking over each other ] >> jimmy: all right, enough! okay! enough! all right, enough! i don't have to take this. okay, i don't have to take this. these guys aren't going to take it. none of us are going to take it. [ light laughter ] ♪
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♪ [ laughter ] ♪ ♪ ♪ we're not going to take it no, we ain't going to take it ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ♪ we're not gonna take it anymore ♪ ♪ we got the right to choose and ♪ ♪ there ain't no way we'll lose it this is our life this is our song ♪ ♪ we'll fight the powers that be just don't pick our destiny ♪ ♪ 'cause you don't know us you don't belong we're not gonna take it ♪ ♪ no, we ain't gonna take it we're not gonna
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take it anymore ♪ ♪ oh, you're so condescending your gall is never ending ♪ ♪ we don't want nothin' not a thing from you your life is trite and jaded ♪ ♪ boring and confiscated if that's your best your best won't do ♪ ♪ ohh, ohh we're right yeah ♪ ♪ we're free yeah we'll fight yeah ♪ ♪ you'll see yeah we're not gonna take it ♪ ♪ no, we ain't gonna take it we're not gonna take it anymore ♪
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♪ we ain't gonna take it what? all the girls who shake it ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ♪ shake it 'till you make it make it 'till you shake it ♪ ♪ roots break it down not gonna not gonna ♪ ♪ not gonna take this any more ♪ ♪ anymore -- [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ we're right yeah ♪ ♪ we're free yeah we'll fight ♪ ♪ yeah you'll see yeah ♪ ♪ we're not gonna take it no, we ain't gonna take it ♪ ♪ we're not gonna take it anymore we're not gonna take it ♪ >> no! ♪ no, we ain't gonna take it ♪ >> just you try and make us! ♪ we're not gonna take it anymore ♪
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>> you're all worthless and weak! ♪ we're not gonna take it ♪ >> now, drop and give me twenty! ♪ no, we ain't gonna take it ♪ ♪ we're not gonna take it >> not your uniform! ♪ anymore, anymore anymore, anymore anymore, anymore ♪ ♪ anymore, anymore anymore, anymore we are not going to take it anymore ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: it's gonna be good. >> steve: what i miss? ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: stick around, everybody. we'll be right back with tina fey. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back, everybody. and thank you so much for watching our show. i appreciate it. our first guest is a hugely talented writer and performer. she won a ton of awards for her show "30 rock." and her new movie -- [ cheers and applause ] her new movie, "date night" is out tomorrow. plus, she's hosting "saturday night live" this weekend. say hello to my pal, the one and only, tina fey. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> how are you? >> jimmy: hey, pal. >> how's it going? >> jimmy: thank you for coming back. i love you. you were our first booking ever in our show. >> i came on here. it was maybe -- >> jimmy: it was the second show. >> it was the second show. >> jimmy: you were our first booking because we figured if the first show is really bad, we can't book anyone.
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[ laughter ] you were like, "i'll do either one, buddy. do you want me to do the first, second? whatever makes you happy." >> and there was a sign on the monitor that said, "show number 00002." >> jimmy: yeah. >> i'm like, "wow, they got a lot of shows to do." >> jimmy: yeah. [ laughter ] we're going to rack them up. yeah, totally. >> you came out here. and i was like, "this is cool." and you could tell it was a new show because, when you brought bon jovi out, i wasn't used to being here. and they're like, "bon jovi," and i was like -- [ laughter ] looking the wrong way. i didn't know where people came out from. >> jimmy: bon jovi is coming that way. >> like, "oh, bon jovi!" and then you -- we did our thing. and then, on the first commercial break, the makeup lady came up to jimmy and was like, "i want to touch you up." and you left. like, he went back there and left me out here. i'm like, "tell him you can't leave, people, audience." [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you're just out here by yourself. >> during the commercial break, i was just out here during the commercial break like -- [ laughter ] just like loudly mouth breathing. >> jimmy: sorry about that. how's everyone? how's the family? how's mom and dad? >> good, thank you. how's your mom and dad? >> jimmy: they're great. they're two insane people. [ light laughter ] >> sure. it takes two. >> jimmy: but they're good. it truly does, yeah. >> my mom and dad came to -- we had a "date night" premiere the other night and my mom and dad came up from philly. and they had a good time. [ cheers and applause ] philly.
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and my mom was -- she kept thinking someone was going to steal her purse the whole time. she's like -- >> jimmy: oh, my god. just holding it? no one steals peoples' purses. >> yeah, mom, hugh jackson is going to steal your purse. [ laughter ] the quarterback of the jets is going to take your purse, mom. >> jimmy: take your purse, yeah. you're hosting "saturday night live" this week. >> yeah. >> jimmy: oh, it's so good. [ cheers and applause ] yeah, it's going to be great. is it fun going back to "saturday night live" and seeing all the old -- >> well, i mean, i feel like a grandma when you go back there and there's all these, like, new, little faces with their pitch books. they're gonna pitch you their ideas. but, um, it's usually all lies. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah. >> i mean, i -- there's of where i'm like, "guys, i know this is a lie." i decided in the pitch meeting that when they told me their sketch ideas, that if anyone, i thought the pitch was fake, i just whipped this tootsie roll at them and was like, "fake!" [ laughter ] >> jimmy: "that's a fake-out. you're not gonna write that at all!" >> "i'll set the tone for this week!" yeah. >> are you going to do sarah palin? >> i think, i'm going to try. i think so. [ cheers and applause ] i think, uh -- >> jimmy: that was unbelievable.
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>> that was the weirdest thing ever. >> jimmy: it was insane, but you're going to try to do it. >> i'm going to try and do it. seth's got -- he's writing something and, you know, we'll see how it goes. i feel it's going to be like "flowers for algernon," where i'm not -- it's going to be like the end of "awakenings," where i can't remember how to do it. and people are going to be like, "the medicine. you've got to give her the medicine." [ laughter ] so that she can --" >> jimmy: oh, my good. the end of 'awakenings.'" >> plus, i want to do it to get in the sweet, black leather jacket that sarah palin's been rocking these days. >> jimmy: she's been rocking -- yeah, some bike jacket. >> suddenly like biker hot. >> jimmy: it's very cool, actually. yeah. >> i want to get that. >> jimmy: speaking of little wardrobe thing, you had a little thing on the red carpet of -- >> oh, yes, sir. >> jimmy: yeah, you emailed me after the -- was it the emmys? >> it was the golden globes. i'm proud to say that i was the worst dressed person at the golden globes for 2010. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: there you go. we have the dress here. >> i like this dress. obviously, i liked it. i wore it. the fabric may have looked crazy on camera. >> jimmy: you look beautiful.
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>> well, thank you. many, many, many people disagree. [ laughter ] and it was pouring rain that day. so, i was like, "oh, i'll carry an umbrella on the red carpet." and then people -- i knew i was in trouble because people were like, "you look like mary poppins." i was like, "oh! [ laughter ] uh oh." >> jimmy: oh, my god! were the paparazzi yelling that? >> the paparazzi goofing on me. >> jimmy: they think you'd laugh? >> i don't know. you spend so much time getting ready and you get there, and then, like, you step out. and you're like, "uh-oh. [ laughter ] i think i did it wrong." and then, you just have like five more hours. and judah friedlander, this guy who plays frank on "30 rock," he was actually the -- [ scattered cheers ] frank -- [ cheers and applause ] the dude who wears hats. he's the one who emailed me. i didn't know that i was -- he emailed me, he was like, "dude, i can't believe you were the worst dressed person at golden globes. [ laughter ] that's my thing." so that's how i found out. >> jimmy: that's my thing. but now, we got to talk about "date night." it's coming out this weekend. >> yeah, friday. >> jimmy: it was so good. it's so funny. [ cheers and applause ] i saw it. >> thank you. >> jimmy: it's so good. yeah, i loved it. you're doing so much press for this.
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you were over in, like -- you did foreign press for this. >> yeah, i went on this trip. i went on a trip to l.a. and then we went to paris, berlin, london, chicago. >> jimmy: berlin? >> berlin. >> jimmy: germany is showing your movie. >> everyone was like fred armisen in berlin. [ laughter ] like, "hello." and we just -- we went on two morning shows. one was a talk show in france and one was a morning snow berlin that was called, like, "fruhstucksfernsehen," which is really like, "television breakfast." [ laughter ] and this guy -- his name was jan hahn, was the host. >> jimmy: jan hahn? >> jan hahn. >> jimmy: that's an awesome name. >> i'm sure you could google him. but it's crazy because they -- when you do talk show in another language, they put an earwig, a thing in your ear, of the translator. so, you look at the person speaking german or french. you have to make sure you look at them, but not pay -- don't try to understand them, because you can't, and there's a translator talking to you. and then, as soon as you start talking, they start yelling what you're saying in the other language. and so, it's really disorienting
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and you feel like you're talking, but i found myself kind of, almost talking. like, instead of saying like, "we had a lot of fun on the set," you're just like -- [ obnoxious mumbling ] [ laughter ] like, "did i just talk or did i --?" i can't hear myself, i'm like -- i'm kind of talking, like, half-german, like -- [ laughter ] >> jimmy: but you and steve carell work really well together in the movie. >> thank you. >> jimmy: you guys, i mean -- it's so funny, it's unbelievable and you could tell that you had a good chemistry. did you work together in second city or no? >> we did. he was at second city. there's this comedy theatre, improv theater in chicago, called the second city. [ cheers and applause ] i'm just gonna keep naming cities because it seems to go well. denver! no? no denver? [ cheer ] there you go. and he was at second city, i was a student there and he was on the main stage, like in the real company and with students who get to go and watch for free and sit on this on little bench and watch. and there's a company at the time, among the people, it was
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like him, stephen colbert and amy sedaris were all on stage. it was rock star time. >> jimmy: that's the all-stars, yeah. and you got to perform with him there? >> no, he left and then, eventually, i got to perform. i just like to tell that story because it just reminds people that i'm a lot younger than him. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: he must appreciate that. >> yeah, he probably likes that. >> jimmy: but there's some scenes in the movie that you can tell -- in fact, we'll going to show this one clip where it's you guys -- you're out to dinner, and you're just looking at different eating dinner and you're making the conversation that you think they are having at the table. >> we're married forever and, like, so we're bored. so, we just make up other people's conversations. >> jimmy: here it is, a clip from "date night." it's in theaters this weekend. >> what's the story? >> oh, okay. um, third date. >> mm-hmm. >> first one was okay, second one was bad. she's giving him one more chance to prove that he is not boring. >> and he is not succeeding. "hey, i have a potato on my fork. [ laughter ] i like to eat potatoes.
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they're delicious, but i don't actually ever put them in my mouth." >> "um, that's amazing, jeremy, but i'm gonna home now and fart into a shoe box." [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: "date night" is in theaters everyone where tomorrow. when we come back, charades with tina fey! come on back! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ - hey, uncle bob! - heeey. oh, bud light! here. we. go. this is a hospital. you're sick. this party's going to be sick. whoop. what's up guys -- room 324. can we fill this with ice? clear! shhh. ( coughs ) you'll need this, trust me. bud light in 324. we gotta ice these down! it's the sure sign of a good time. the just right taste of bud light. here we go. ( neighing ) nurse costumes, i like it!
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: we're back with tina fey, everybody, for a ttle charades. now, tina and i were partners back at "weekend update." so, i thought we should play as a team. [ cheers and applause ] and we could face-off against another "update" team. put your hands together for seth myers and amy poehler, everybody. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> okay. >> jimmy: whew, all right.
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now, you all know how to play charades. each player gets a turn giving clues to their teammate. you got 45 seconds on the clock. the first two rounds are worth one point each. the third round is a charade showdown, where each team will get the same clue to give at the same time, and you get two bonus points for that guy. now, may the best team win. tina, why don't you go first to start it all off? all right, buddy? >> okay, okay. >> jimmy: let's do this. [ cheers and applause ] >> tina: i take any one of these i want? >> jimmy: any number, yeah. audience, you want to help? any number? [ audience yells ] >> jimmy: four! >> okay. >> jimmy: all right. whenever you're ready to start, they'll start the clock. >> okay, i need like two hours. [ laughter ] okay, so i haven't played charades in a long time. so, first i go -- first, i stop talking. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: very good. movie. and a book. thank you.
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three words. it's not harry potter. five syllables. no, five, fifth -- >> yeah. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: a teacher? no, a painter. oh, man, it's about a painter. a movie about a painter and he's a -- jackson pollock? that dude? a current movie about a painter? oh, "da vinci code." [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: one of you guys go first. that was nice? >> that was really nice. i liked how you pretended not to know it the whole time, and then you did -- [ laughter ] all right, who should go first? >> jimmy: unbelievable. >> and amy and i have never played charades. >> yeah, this is our first time. >> ever. >> never? >> we've never played. >> jimmy: i'm speaking in spanish now. fantastic. >> seth, don't screw this up! [ laughter ] don't screw this up! >> okay. >> i feel like he's already screwing up. >> movie! four words. "clash of the titans." [ cheers and applause ]
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♪ [ laughter ] >> tina: you don't get points for going faster. you get it or you don't get it. >> what do you know? the "clash of the titans." >> jimmy: movies, "clash of the titans?" >> it's a big movie. it's a big movie. >> first of all, that is barely a movie. [ laughter ] >> amy stole -- robbed you all of my incredible kraken impression. >> oh, come on, i wanted to see your kraken. >> jimmy: what do you think, guys? [ cheers and applause ] oh, my gosh. >> uh oh. here we go. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, okay. [ laughter ]
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this could be embarrassing. oh, my god. all right, ready? >> tina: yeah. a song. okay? [ laughter ] a rap song. rap song. three words. first word. straight. straight. okay. "straight outta compton." [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: that's what i'm talking about. whoo! yes. oh, i love it. all right, very good. >> tina: i have never heard that song in my life. >> jimmy: we're celebrating. oh, my god, it was awesome. whoo-hoo! >> oh, no! [ laughter ] oh, boy. oh, boy. oh, boy. oh, boy.
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oh, no, seth. [ light laughter ] >> are you leaving? [ laughter ] >> okay, ready? >> uh-huh. it's a movie. five words. first word is -- right. right, pencil, book? diary? diary of -- diary of a -- diary of a -- wait, fourth word. [ laughter ] old? fifth word -- baby? baby child? kid? kid? diary of a -- >> jimmy: diary of an old midget. [ laughter ] >> diary of a -- oh, wait, i saw this poster. it's diary of a nerdy kid? a geeky kid? diary of a weak kid? a scrawny kid? uh, what is it? diary of a -- a sky? a cloud? diary of a -- [ buzzer sounds ] ♪ [ audience aws ] >> jimmy: oh, man. that was it. >> "diary of a wimpy kid."
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>> jimmy: oh, my gosh, that was so close. all right. so, now we're in the lead, tina. >> that was tough. >> jimmy: you guys want to go head-to-head on the showdown? it's the same clue. you give it and whoever gets it first gets two points. >> tina: okay. >> okay. >> tina: so we pick one out. >> jimmy: dude, that was close. it was close. [ laughter ] >> oh, my god. okay, okay. this is really hard. okay, okay. ready? >> jimmy: yep. [ talking over each other ] it's a movie. >> it's a movie. five words. >> jimmy: it's a book, too. harry potter and the -- >> seth: running around a big -- running big. crazy? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: screaming, crazy maniac. >> jurassic -- running through a jungle. looking, hunting -- searching the second -- [ laughter ] >> jimmy: monsters are attacking -- >> seth: where is it? where? where's -- where -- "where the wild things are." [ cheers and applause ]
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♪ >> jimmy: all right, that's it. we're gonna end on a tie. that's how we're gonna do it. [ cheers and applause ] you guys are the greatest. thank you so much for doing this. you were awesome. amy poehler, seth myers and, of course, tina fey. go see "date night" this weekend. we'll be right back with justin bieber. come on back. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ - at subway... - there's something... - for everyone.
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back, everybody. our next guest this evening is one of the biggest stars around. he's the musical guest this weekend on "saturday night live." put it together for justin bieber right now. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: justin, welcome to the show, buddy. >> thanks for having me. >> jimmy: oh, you're a good man. are you doing -- i know you're singing songs on "saturday night live" this week. are you excited about that? >> yeah, i'm excited. it's going to be a lot of fun. >> jimmy: are you doing sketches as well? >> yeah, we're going to do a few sketches. >> jimmy: you are? >> yeah, i'm really excited. >> jimmy: well, you like the comedy. you do funny stuff, right? >> yeah. >> jimmy: i saw you on funny or die, you're very, very funny.
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>> thank you. >> jimmy: so, what comedians are your favorite? >> i really like will ferrell. [ cheers ] >> jimmy: oh, he's a genius. >> eddie murphy. >> jimmy: oh, i love eddie, too. i love eddie murphy, too. have you ever seen his old "saturday night live" stuff? >> yeah. >> jimmy: oh, my gosh, fantastic. >> hilarious. >> jimmy: gumby and stuff like that. well, i got to talk about you. because you're one of these amazing stories that you started on youtube. am i wrong? >> no, i started on youtube. >> jimmy: on youtube, and just, people just started seeing you on youtube. you got all these hits. and then labels started battling all over for you. >> yeah, basically, you know, justin timberlake and usher actually both, you know, wanted to sign me. >> jimmy: yeah, but, so, you ended up going with -- that's amazing. >> yeah. >> jimmy: i mean, you're just a kid in canada -- [ cheers ] -- making videos. >> yeah, just, you know. >> jimmy: on a flip cam, or what were you doing? >> it was pretty crazy. you know, coming from a little town in canada and just putting videos on youtube for, like, a little flip cam. and then just having it blow up so fast, you know, i feel really blessed. >> jimmy: well, you're a
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talented guy. i mean, it obviously paid off. and, on twitter, because i know you're just big on the internet. on twitter, you're trending every day. it's always bieber-something. bieber-fever, bieber-licious. [ laughter ] >> beiber-babes. >> jimmy: beiber-babes, yeah, that's a good one, yeah. [ laughter ] you like that one, yeah, yeah. [ laughter ] last night we asked your fans to send you questions, tweet you a question. and so, we're going to ask you a couple of questions. a lot of girls sent phone numbers, by the way. [ laughter ] >> are you going to give those to me or are you just going to keep them for yourself? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i'm not keeping them for myself. [ laughter ] i'd get in a lot of trouble, yeah, yeah. [ laughter ] all right, this one's from @leaf -- >> list -- >> jimmy: lefty. and lefty is saying, "are you planning a world tour. after all, your album's name is "my world 2.0." >> yeah, we're definitely planning a world tour. but first, we're going to do some north american stuff, like, in canada and around the u.s. i'm actually going to australia and japan for my first time in a week. >> jimmy: really?
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>> yeah. >> jimmy: well, that'll be awesome. >> yep. >> jimmy: i'm afraid of australia. >> really? [ laughter ] tell me why. >> jimmy: well, they have, like spiders than could kill you. [ laughter ] and they hang out in the swimming pool. and then if you go in the ocean, there's sharks than can kill you. >> yeah. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: so, if you don't leave -- like, if you don't leave where you're staying, you'll be fine. [ laughter ] >> i'm just to stay in my hotel. >> jimmy: just stay in your hotel, yeah. [ laughter ] all right, let's check this other one here. this is from kaliksia forever. kaleksa? kaliksa. and she said, "if there were a justin bieber movie, who you want to play you. [ laughter ] >> play me? >> jimmy: yeah. >> probably, like, chuck norris. [ laughter and applause ] >> i could see -- chuck norris could play you. [ laughter ] >> yeah. >> jimmy: in the movie? >> yes. >> jimmy: "the justin bieber story"? >> yeah. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: chuck norris would be at his house, yeah, he'd be doing youtube and stuff like that. [ laughter ] now, would he have his beard? >> yeah. >> jimmy: because i had an idea, maybe an idea, i don't know if
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this guy would do it. check this out. [ laughter and applause ] yeah, just and idea. just think about. >> all right, i'm going to think. >> jimmy: let's go to a third and last question here. we have -- this is from jbieberlicious. >> yeah. >> jimmy: it's mariah and lexi, they both shared this one. they say, "do you like to sleep on your back, side or stomach or what?" >> you know, i actually sleep upside-down. >> jimmy: you hang like a bat? >> yeah. that's really strange. >> jimmy: yeah, but it's kind of cool, man. >> yeah. >> jimmy: it's, like, you talent or something like that. like, and you can tell everyone here, are you a superhero? >> yeah, chuck norris is playing me, so, i guess i'm a superhero. >> jimmy: you're going to be a superhero. you are batman, aren't you? yeah. that'd be pretty rad if you were. but you do have a bunch of -- a zillion talents. you taught yourself how to play guitar, piano and drums? >> yeah. >> jimmy: i mean, that's crazy. >> yeah, it's kind of -- you know, i always played
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instruments growing up and, you know, it's just a big interest of mine. >> jimmy: your parents into it or -- >> yeah, both my parents are really into it. and, you know, got me into it at a young age, so -- >> jimmy: well, i was wondering, if you didn't mind, maybe getting on the drums in front of questlove here and maybe playing us out to commercial? [ cheers and applause ] that cool? you? >> sure. >> jimmy: you? when? now. come on, give it a try. >> all right. >> jimmy: is that cool? want to try it out? >> you ready? are you ready? [ laughter ] i was born ready. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: oh, man, oh, man. all right, here we go. ready? you want to start off, roots? ♪ ♪
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: our next guest is one of the greatest chefs in the world. his new book "molto gusto" easy italian cooking" is in stores now. ladies and gentlemen, mario batali in the house. [ cheers and applause ] in the house. dude, thanks for coming back to the show. i got to say the book is super awesome, easy to do recipes, pasta, pizza. >> so easy in fact that on the cab ride on the way up from my house downtown, i added an extra recipe to segment to make sure this was an over the top, brilliant, show.
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>> jay: oh, let's do it, buddy. [ cheers and applause ] >> two recipes in less time than we normally do one. that means, you got to get to work. >> jimmy: let's do it, buddy. >> all right, first thing we're gonna do is, you're gonna crush some peppercorns. the first dish we're making is called all right. >> in less time than we normally do one. first thing to do is crush peppercorns. the first dish is cacio e pepe. it's the most traditional dish to simple roman trattoria. and it's just black pepper, pasta, a little butter, a little extra virgin olive oil and sheep's milk cheese. what you need to do is crush the pepper for us. >> jimmy: with this pot? >> yes, like that. there you go. >> jimmy: you give me like insane people's job. chef's don't do this. why do make me do this is? >> i was gonna give you the job that you actually ended up slicing your finger off, but i changed my mind. 'cause it didn't really work. >> jimmy: they look pretty crushed. >> keep beating them, baby, you don't want to eat them like that. >> jimmy: watch it. >> so, now, here's what i'm doing. i'm taking these raw jerusalem artichokes -- [ pounding ] >> jimmy: who is it? >> nothing. all right, so, you got the peppercorns crushed, right? >> jimmy: yeah, kind of. >> throw a few of them into this
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pot right here. >> jimmy: this pot? >> yeah, right there. that one. >> jimmy: this one. >> like, that many. >> jimmy: good job. great shot. >> thank you so much. and now i'm taking back -- woo. now, i'm taking these raw jerusalem artichokes called, topinambur. i'm slicing them thin on this little mandolin, right? see how they're going like that. >> jimmy: the simplest -- now, what are you doing with this pepper? >> could you stir the spaghetti a little bit? >> jimmy: sure, see, this is where i freak out. that's why i'm not a good cook. >> you shouldn't have to worry about it. >> jimmy: hey, by the way, i want to say, you stood me up the other day. we had squash. we played squash together. we golf together, we play squash, we try to do -- yeah. so, the other day, you stood me up. >> i made a little mistake, right? >> jimmy: you were on the "today" show. >> i was otherwise occupied. i forgot. >> jimmy: i came home, i'm like, i told my wife, "dude, mario stood me up." and she goes, "well, thank god --" she goes, "yeah i saw him on the 'today' show." she goes, "thank god you weren't cheating on me, because i just watched him on the 'today' show." if i came back in sweating like, "oh, squash was crazy. mario really beat me, yeah." >> it would have blown our alibi. >> jimmy: yeah, me and you. yeah, absolutely. >> we weren't playing, i'm sorry, nancy.
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so, now, what i did here is i shaved those raw -- some of the recipes in this book are so simple that they don't even take up a whole page. like, a half a page recipe. >> jimmy: i mean, this seems pretty simple right there. artichokes -- >> beautiful raw vegetables like that. jerusalem artichokes. >> jimmy: you got oranges there? >> tangelos, lemon juice, a little black pepper, a little salt. that's it. that's the dish. now, if you want to grate a little cheese for me. >> jimmy: sure, buddy. >> a little sheep's milk cheese. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: do i have any other instrument besides the pot? >> maybe you should try this tool. there you go. >> jimmy: all you had was -- give me the pot. >> all right, so, now, the pasta cooks in that little time. goes right into the pot. grate the cheese, baby. you got to get going, man. >> jimmy: sorry, buddy. here we go, here we go. we're going to get moving right there. now, this is just parmesan reggiano cheese? >> no, that's pecorino. it's a sheep's milk cheese. >> jimmy: sorry, sorry, sorry.
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>> from pecora. >> jimmy: from pecora. >> now, one of the tricks is -- see, i have butter in there, i have extra virgin olive oil in there, i have the black pepper that you did, then you add a little bit of the pasta cooking liquid. now, dump your cheese in. not the whole -- >> jimmy: do i do pasta liquid? >> yeah, go ahead, go ahead. you feeling good now? >> jimmy: yeah, i do. i feel like a chef. [ laughter ] >> all right now, we add the two different kinds of cheese. sheep's milk cheese of two kinds. pecorino and cacio e pepe. >> jimmy: we ought to get higgins over here. he loves this stuff. >> yeah, higgins is gonna love this. higgins in actually going to rome soon and he's gonna eat this dish every day. >> jimmy: higg-bone, come on over and try this stuff. >> you ready mr. higgster? >> jimmy: this is a book for anyone who likes food or cooking. "molto gusto." mario batali! we'll be right back and see how tastes. when we come back. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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